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Guide for Choosing the Best Briefcases by davidmlee

My briefcase is a Samsonite Leather Checkpoint Friendly Case. I got it as a present upon graduation from law school, and it has served me extremely well in my career so far. With plenty of space for documents, as well as separate pouches for stationary and my laptop, I can take everything I need with me whenever I need to be anywhere. While I did not pick out the briefcase or the style, the style suits me perfectly. It complements the conservative style (unfortunately) required in my line of work, but I don't feel like I'm 60 years old when I'm carrying it around.

A student could use this bag, but it's definitely geared towards a working professional. In terms of its features, the pockets are well padded. I feel like I could drop this case to from a second floor window, and my laptop inside would be just fine. The expandable pockets make it easy to put more stuff into it when I'm going to have a lot of reading to do away from the office, but it still collapses quite well, so that when it's empty, it doesn't appear bulky. The arm straps provide good support while not making it look like I'm carrying a handbag. If there is one feature of this bag that I'm not completely satisfied with, it's a velcro strip that appears around the outside of the briefcase. It appears designed for carrying umbrellas, but it seems completely gratuitous.

However, this is a minor nitpick compared with the very effective and satisfying experience I've had with this briefcase otherwise. Generally, I've been very satisfied with my Samsonite briefcase so far, and I expect that I'll remain that way for a long time.

The best briefcase that I have ever owned and continue to own is the Tumi Expandable Laptop Briefcase model number 26041. This bag has served me well since 2004. I have used it for various jobs, taken it with me on business and personal trips used it to carry everything from my laptop, clothes, planner and training materials. The Ballistic Nylon material is practically indestructible; it repels snow, rain and stains. The bag looks as good as the day I purchased it. The only item that has worn and needed replacement is the shoulder strap; this was replaced earlier this year. The bag has well thought out compartments.

A water bottle holder with a drain, several pockets for smaller items, in one of those compartments resides a cell phone holder and elastic key chain. The removable laptop case fits the one main compartment with room to spare and the second main compartment has handy file dividers. There is peace of mind in owning a Tumi, if registered they can trace the bag using the identification plate. All in all a great bag, it was well worth the premium price of $250.00 back then. Prior to this one I owned other briefcases in the $80 to $100 range but I would be lucky to get a year out of them. I believe a variant of this bag lives on to this day.

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